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Submitted by laymensgamer 892d ago | review

Saints Row IV Review | The Sandbox

The Laymen's Gamer writes a review about Saints Row IV for the Playstation 3: "It’s a satire of itself, the entire gaming industry, and games like it. It’s not something that should be taken seriously but more something you should just have fun with, like the rest of the games. This goes right into my point about summarizing the game as a whole: some games are fun because they’re immersive, some games are fun because they tell great stories, some games are fun because the production value and attention to detail are high; this game is fun because it focuses on the fun factor of everything in the game." (PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, Xbox 360) -

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